1. Central Hotel and Café: http://www.centralhotelogcafe.dk/

Nestled on a quiet and highly infamous side street between Gammel Kongevej, Frederiksberg and the young and Frenchy Værnedamsvej, Vesterbro, is a small hotel called Central Hotel and Café. This place is hard to find, in fact it is impossible to find unless you know where exactly to look – which is; Up! Instead look for the small street level café with a tiny window  – or follow the sound of coffee grounds and hipsters munching on croissants. This might be the smallest hotel in the world, in fact it only offers one room, which is a 12-square-metre room in a former shoemaker’s shop. Stay here if you want to experience the true meaning of the word: “hyggelig”, included is an amazing breakfast at the nearby café ‘Granola’ located on Værnedamsvej, just a stone’s throw away!

2. Hotel Alexandra: http://hotelalexandra.dk/

Stay here to experience a funky lifestyle hotel located in the city centre between the Town Hall Square and Tivoli Gardens. Here you can sleep in a suite inspired by one of the most significant world-renowned Danish furniture designers, Verner Panton, or lounge in a mid-century Danish vintage inspired lobby. All rooms are kept in an authentic 50’s and 60’s retro style paying a prominent tribute to the craftsmanship of the famous Danish architecture and furniture designers of the 50’s and 60’s.

3. Andersen Boutique Hotel http://www.andersen-hotel.dk/en/

Established in 2012, Andersen Boutique Hotel is a fairly new hotel, located in the hip area of Vesterbro. A crisp and modern hotel in on of Copenhagen’s coolest neighborhoods. Do not stay here if you fear colors, as all 73 uniquely decorated rooms and suites feature massive splashes of color, pink in particular as well as Designers Guild wallpaper, cushions and curtains. This unique interior décor, mixed with the light wooden floors and contemporary furnishings makes a perfect spot for the trendy traveler.

4. SP34 Hotel http://www.brochner-hotels.dk/our-hotels/sp34/

Some might remember the name: “Hotel Fox” – true to its name, it was a very foxy hotel indeed, one of the first boutique hotels in Copenhagen – but in 2014, this hotel was reborn under a new name: “SP34”. Still very unique, but with more capacity, conference facilities, a cinema, two restaurants, four bars and a rooftop terrace, it is one of its kind located in the buzzing Latin Quarter of central Copenhagen. Owned by the Brøchner Hotels group, their vision of operating with warmth, hospitality and courtesy to guests, the local area and the rest of the world, is indeed permeating every inch of the SP34 hotel. Stay here for a unique hospitality experience.

5 . Guldsmeden Hotels http://guldsmedenhotels.com/Copenhagen/Our-Copenhagen-Hotels.aspx

Another design hotel – you might think, but this is anything like your typical boutique hotel. Think Balinese furniture, grey stone bathrooms, pale woods, Persian rugs, Moroccan tiles and bohemian décor perfectly paired with herbal tea, rooftop spas – and of course organic cuisine. Tranquil, sumptuous and cool – Guldsmeden Hotels will take you to another world. Axel, Carlton and Bertrams are three names of all the Guldsmeden Hotel darlings located in the hip area of Vesterbro, while the third, the woman; Babette is located in Bredgade, city centre.